Well it's been about a year since I took my Linux class at my local college and I had used FC3 before 4 was out. I was out of the class and my wife complained about not knowing how to use Fedora. I, not wanting to fight her on this matter, reinstalled XP onto my laptop and everyting was as honkie dorie as Microsoft would allow it to be. Anyway, it's been over a year now and my friend and his wife's computer crashed and they wanted to put something new besides Windows RE (Retard Edition) and didn't want to pay alot of money so I suggested Linux and they installed SUSE 10. Well after watching and remembering how much nicer it was to have actual control over your computer and network again decided to go back and put Fedora back on the laptop. Anyway here's my question:
-I see that Fedora is now Core 5. I'm downloading the CDs presently and would like to know what is the best way to put a ISO file onto a CD from windows without a third party software (if it's possible). I was previously given a CD and never thought about having to actually burn them.